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Suspected IT breach at Centenary Thurles Coop
Noel Bardon
Suppliers have been advised to monitor their bank accounts for suspicious activity.
3 October 2022 News
Suckler, sheep and tillage farm incomes to fall – Teagasc
An income analysis done by Teagasc has shown that incomes on dairy and drystock farms are to diverge even further this year.
3 October 2022 Management
Dairy management: How to allocate grass in 12 hour breaks
Wet weather over the weekend plus high pre-grazing yields mean that most dairy farmers should be allocating grass on a 12 hour basis. Aidan Brennan goes through the steps.
Dutch derogation phase-out plans branded a 'sham'
The final draft decision from Brussels shows that 2022 will be the final year that derogation farmers in the Netherlands will be permitted to reach the 250kg N/ha granted to Ireland.
3 October 2022 News
Almost 90% of new Organic Farming Scheme entrants in beef or sheep
Across all enterprises, these farmers will account for an additional 16,000ha of organic land in Ireland.
2 October 2022 Schemes
Farmers will follow the money
This week's budget is the latest step in encouraging farmers away from production towards lifestyle farming.
2 October 2022 News
'A lot of the plastic-covered crops are ready to cut'
It is important to cut maize crops at the correct time to maximise dry matter yield and energy content.
2 October 2022 News
Agri jobs: agri mechanic opportunity in Offaly
From an agri mechanic role to a dairy farm manager role in Westmeath, there are some exciting opportunities out there this week.
1 October 2022 News
Grassland management: dealing with the aftermath of rain
Widespread heavy rain across the country on Friday and more rain in the forecast for the next few days means land is getting wet.
1 October 2022 Management
Listen: Farm Tech Talk - suckler cow premium and managing nutrients
The Ploughing is over and now the budget is over so what does it all mean for farmers as September comes to an end for another year?
30 September 2022 News
Milk supplies up almost 1% in August
Milk supplied to creameries by Irish dairy farmers is up compared with this time last year.
30 September 2022 News
Cow permit proposals would force some farmers out - MEP
MEP Billy Kelleher's comments come less than a week after Ireland joined many other member states in calling on the Commission to change its plan at the EU's council of farm ministers.
29 September 2022 EU